I know you may think it is a little early to be talking about Halloween, after all if you are here in Ireland, your children probably went back to school last week after the Summer vacation. However if you are creating Halloween holiday printables, marketing communications or just want to plan your Halloween party invitations, you will probably be planning this already.
When I was growing up Halloween was a very quiet affair – as I was living in the UK we used to celebrate bonfire night (Guy Fawkes). When we moved to Ireland we found that Halloween is a very busy evening for trick and treaters.
A couple of years later the 31 October in our home became even more important date – not only is it Halloween, it is the birthday of my twin daughters so we are always on the look out for ways to customise their party.
There is such a wealth of resources online I thought I would share a source for free fonts.
One good free site for free fonts is Dafont and I have selected five different free Halloween fonts for that you can check out.
Just follow the links below to access the fonts which you will need to install onto your computer.
What other free font sites and tools do you find helpful for your Halloween marketing?
Do let me know if you decide to use these and you can post a link in the comments to your digital Halloween design projects.
For more Halloween fun check follow me on Pinterest so you do not miss the Autumn (Fall) and Halloween projects, resources and even recipes I am sharing.
Downloading And Installing Free Fonts
There are a lot of free sutes that ofer free fonts and many display ads, however othershave suspicious links.
You may even find that some sites where they are legitimate free font sits also have calls to action in banners saying ‘download’ where that in fact is an ad for another product.
If you click on anything that looks like an application or .exe file, stop, it’s not what you want, and may be malware. If in doubt don’t download.